Exploring forms through Computational Design to Digital Fabrication – NXT BLD London, June 2019
Marc Fornes’ Brooklyn Studio, Theverymany, is all about advancing computational protocols and complex assemblies in architecture and beyond. Over the last ten years it has designed and built a number of thin-shell pavilions, installations and building-scale works that push the limits of form, structure and space. Fornes explains the role that computational design and digital construction play in the creation of his beautiful complex curved architecture.
View the other NXT BLD 2019 presentations
Nassim Saoud, Trimble Consulting
Applications of Mixed Reality in design and construction
Moritz Luck, Enscape
From real-time to realism.
Sandeep Gupte, NVIDIA
Re-imagine cities of the future with next gen visualisation.
Melike Altınışık, Melike Altınışık Architects
Dialogue between architecture and robotic construction.
Alexander Le Bell, Tridify
The impact of automated web VR workflows and streamlined collaboration.rication.
Simeon Balabanov, Chaos Group
Getting it real: AEC workflows real-time, real fast and ray traced.
Michael Perry, Boston Dynamics
What if human-like mobility could be added to automation on construction sites?
Mariana Popescu, Block Research Group
Bringing together advances in digital fabrication, computation, and structural design.
Martyn Day, AEC Magazine & NXT BLD
Introducing NXT BLD and AEC Magazine.
Xavier De Kestelier, HASSELL
Cobus Bothma, Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF)
Accelerating design decisions with rapid visualisation.
Hilmar Gunnarsson & Johan Hanegraaf, Arkio
Bringing architectural design into VR.
Ken Pimentel , Epic Games
How Fortnite is changing AEC.
Carlos Cristerna , Neoscape
Harnessing the power of real-time ray tracing.
Mike Leach , Lenovo
Navigating challenges surrounding AR and VR hardware.
Mikolaj Bazaczek , VR+ARCH: workflows in past, present and future
VR+ARCH: workflows in past, present and future.
NXT BLD is organised by AEC Magazine and brings next generation architecture, engineering and construction technologies to life in an exclusive conference and exhibition. These emerging technologies facilitate new ways of designing, enhancing the use of 3D models, applying Artificial Intelligence (AI) and offering new possibilities in digital fabrication and construction.
NXT BLD 2020 will take place at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London on 9 June, in association with Lenovo.
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